Track Theorem on a 42ft sport shot and 42ft house shot | Full review

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10 Comments on “Track Theorem on a 42ft sport shot and 42ft house shot | Full review”

  1. Thought it was better on the sport shot. For me, it looks like a niche ball. Any thoughts on a video on breaking down and building an arsenal? Having a plan going into a given situation seems very valuable. Thanks again, JR, for your work. Great job sir.

  2. My impression on the house shot was that the 5″ pin combined with the early-ish PSA is converting too early, resulting in over/under with that coverstock finish. This ball seems fairly core-dominant, despite the moderate core numbers. 55×4.5×40 would read a bit later and flare faster on the back end. IMO.

  3. Glad to see JR start to use sports patterns again and also include it with a house shot to break down the difference in ball reaction.

  4. Ball review aside, I really liked that side-to-side comparison of the two oil patterns. Pretty neat to see it actually demonstrated.

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